We are definitely not representative
Nope. You’re right.
We are not typical of people living with dementia.
We are not the usual people who visit GPs and clinics for diagnosis.
We should be ashamed of such hubris, standing up and talking for people living with dementia.
Of course we have absolutely no right to claim that we know what it’s like.
And indeed, it is highly probable that we have a wrong diagnosis, since we can obviously talk coherently about our lives.
When we go up on stage you should not listen to us.
When we describe our symptoms, don’t believe us.
We’re lying. Making it up.
We all have a psychiatric condition that makes us need to have an illness to feel important.
Let’s face it; we are all deluded seekers of headlines and self aggrandisement.
I do agree with you…we should be sitting at…
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